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The five strange wonders, in the north and west of England as they were communicated to divers honourable members of Parliament, from several countrey gentlemen and ministers, concerning the strange and prodigious flying in the air of a black coffin betwixt Leicester and Nottingham, on Sabbath day last was a fortnight, with a flaming arrow, and a bloody sword, casting forth firearms of fire ... : with a conjecturation thereupon, what these dreadful signs from heaven, may denote and signifie to the people on earth this present summer : likewise, the great and wonderful warlike prodigies, which appeared over Marston-Moor, near the city of York, between two fierry or flaming pillars, and the three monstrous creatures found in three eggs, laid by one hen bought in Execter Market ... : together with the opening of the skie in a fearful manner over Standish town five miles from Gloucester, and the appearing of a terrible fiery shaking sword form the heavens ... : attested by an eye-witness, and entred upon record, in the original Mirrour, or Looking Glass ...

Title:The five strange wonders, in the north and west of England as they were communicated to divers honourable members of Parliament, from several countrey gentlemen and ministers, concerning the strange and prodigious flying in the air of a black coffin betwixt Leicester and Nottingham, on Sabbath day last was a fortnight, with a flaming arrow, and a bloody sword, casting forth firearms of fire ... : with a conjecturation thereupon, what these dreadful signs from heaven, may denote and signifie to the people on earth this present summer : likewise, the great and wonderful warlike prodigies, which appeared over Marston-Moor, near the city of York, between two fierry or flaming pillars, and the three monstrous creatures found in three eggs, laid by one hen bought in Execter Market ... : together with the opening of the skie in a fearful manner over Standish town five miles from Gloucester, and the appearing of a terrible fiery shaking sword form the heavens ... : attested by an eye-witness, and entred upon record, in the original Mirrour, or Looking Glass ...
Note:London : Printed for W. Thomas, 1659
  
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Subject:Unidentified flying objects -- Early works to 1800
Subject:Apparitions
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